In 2020, COVID-19 has, in its own way, presented each of us with challenges and opportunities we could not have foreseen at the beginning of the year. Yet, that does not mean it must be a year in which we forego the experiences we value! Instead, we only must be willing to embrace the opportunities as they are presented to us.
For 2020, the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) will be a fully virtual event held over five days (October 5-9). Called WEFTEC Connect, this virtual experience will offer attendees interactive education, an exhibitor showcase and networking experiences.
In industrial facilities such as manufacturing and processing plants as well as mills, forges and refineries, cooling towers often are used to remove heat from machinery, heated process material and fluids, buildings and other sources by exchanging the heat using water or chemical solutions as a coolant.
More robust and corrosion-resistant designs are increasing the safety and performance of safety-relief valves. The manufacturing and applications for relief valves and manifolds are continuously improving.
Industrial operations continue to confront numerous issues with the cooling towers employed to cool industrial processes. The towers cool the processes by evaporatively cooling the circulating water used for process cooling.
When designing and installing a chilled water system, it is important to recognize the unique challenges that could make or break system performance. Understanding what materials and insulation to use in a chilled water system can help conserve energy and avoid costly issues like condensation and mold growth.
Designed for new and existing factory-assembled, crossflow cooling towers, the Marley BasinGard maintains the cooling tower’s hot-water basin flow by capturing mineral scale, pipe rust, fibers and debris.
The Process Heating & Cooling Show is a conference and tradeshow that will bring together industrial manufacturing and engineering professionals to learn, connect, share and explore all things related to the process heating and cooling industries.
Check out the October 1, 2020 edition of Process Cooling: Tips for food freezing equipment, avoiding costly heat exchanger failures, cutting down on dust and downtime with cabinet coolers, and much more!